Many thanks for your answers.
> > I would like to find a way to populate the Comedi drivers set.
> > However, I am stuck by a simple fact: I have no acquisition board to
> > validate a least driver...
> > Starting from here, I am trying to find out what should be the proper
> > method to provide non-validated drivers to anybody inclined to test them.
> > Do you think creating a specific subversion branch for this stuff would
> > be a good idea ?
> I don't think so. Moving that code away from the focal point where people
> are expected to find new code to test and work with won't help.
> You could decide instead to implement drivers for a small set of very
> popular acquisition cards; whether that implementation is eventually fully
> validated or not depends on other people to have enough interest in that
> work to give you access to some hw, or to validate the driver themselves.
> As Jan pointed out, "experimental" is a convenient sticker to tell people
> about the exact state of this work.
> You spark the effort (this is _always_ the hardest and most demanding part
> of the job), they help finalize it if they want to get serious about this.
OK. I thought adding unstable drivers into the trunk was too risky. I forgot
about using the experimental flag.
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